Your eyes are an important part of the body, but often ignored, part of complete health. Healthy vision can help people to ensure a healthy and active lifestyle.

 

Common eye diseases and vision problems include:


  • Glaucoma (pressure builds up inside the eye)
  • Diabetic retinopathy (damage to the blood vessels surrounding the retina and which gives nourishment to retina)
  • Age-related macular degeneration (severe vision loss in people over 60 years of age)
  • Cataract (cloudy spots develop in the eye lens, which may result in misty vision)

 

Proper healthy diet and exercise (physical activity) are particularly important for maintaining appropriate eye health. Eating more and more vegetables and fruits is necessary for good eye health. Eating the right foods and those rich in antioxidants has been related to lower rates of eye conditions.

 

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We offer you a tremendous remedy for your eye infections. Acular eye drops are used to treat pain and inflammation after eye surgery for example, cataract surgery. They are also used in the short term relief of symptoms of eye infection diseases like seasonal allergic conjunctivitis.


Acular eye drops contain the main therapeutic drug, Ketorolac trometamol, which is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) providing excellent analgesic and anti-inflammatory actions.


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Ketorolac trometamol is a COX inhibitor. It blocks the action of an enzyme in the body called cyclooxygenase (COX) important for prostaglandin production. Prostaglandins are produced in response to injury or several diseases, like arthritis. They cause pain, swelling and inflammation. Thus, Ketorolac trometamol blocks the production of these prostaglandins and therefore, is effective in providing relief from pain and inflammation.


Dosage and Administration:


For seasonal allergic conjunctivitis: The suggested dose of Acular eye drops for allergic conjunctivitis is one drop (0.25 mg) applied in the eye four times daily. Treatment may last for up to four weeks depending upon the patient’s eye condition.


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For patients who have undergone cataract surgery: The approved dose of these eye drops for the treatment of post-operative inflammation in cataract surgery patients is 1 to 2 drops (0.25 to 0.5 mg) four times daily, starting 24 hours before surgery and continuing for 2 to 4 weeks.


How to use Acular eye drops?


  • The first and foremost step is to wash your hands.
  • Pull the lower eyelid downwards to form a pocket by tilting your head back a little.
  • The bottle is to be held upside down close to your eye. Do not touch your eye while doing this.
  • Apply a gentle pressure to release one drop into your eye.
  • Keep your eye closed for a minute or two, and gently press on the side of your nose. Doing this, aids in stopping the drop from draining away and allows it to stay in your eye.
  • The same process is to be repeated in your other eye if these eye drops are to be used in both the eyes.


Storage conditions:


  • Store these eye drops in a cool, dry place, away from direct exposure of heat and light.
  • Once the bottle has been opened, these eye drops should be kept only for four weeks. Do not use these eye drops longer than this if the bottle has been opened, even though there is some solution remaining.

 

Side effects associated with these eye drops include eye inflammation, local allergic reactions, itching, eye irritation, erythema, and hypersensitivity, superficial keratitis, burning eye, eye infection, pruritus and corneal oedema.


WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS!!


  • Acular eye drops may cause a temporary blurring in your vision after you have instilled them. Do not perform any type of physical activity demanding alertness like drive or operate machinery while using these eye drops.
  • Do not wear contact lens while putting this eye drops, it is better to remove them as the preservative benzylalkonium chloride present in Acular eye drops may be absorbed by soft contact lenses and discolour them.
  • If you have an eye infection before or you are prone to get an eye infection, do not add these eye drops into your eyes without the approval of your doctor.
  • DO NOT use Acular eye drops in:
  1. People taking aspirin or other NSAIDs for example, ibuprofen, which may cause hypersensitive reactions such as itchy rash, nasal inflammation (rhinitis) or asthma attacks.
  2. Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
  3. Children.


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